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Late Lunch, Saturday between National Aquarium and Oriole Park

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chefcoleman Aug 4, 2006 04:46 PM

Greetings,

I'm taking a daytrip to the fine city of Baltimore tomorrow and would love a couple lunch suggestions, please.

I plan on parking all day at the Aquarium then walking to the ballpark (4:30pm gametime) and would love to sneak a good lunch on the way. I am open to cuisine/prices, but we will be dressed quite casually.

Ideas? Great seafood suggestions a plus.

Thanks,
chefcoleman

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    Hue Aug 4, 2006 05:23 PM

    Try either way, north a few blocks(9ish from Oriole Park) to Lexington Market(Faidley's if you want a crabcake), or south a few blocks(10ish from Harborplace)to Cross Street market..

    1. Lettuce Eat Aug 4, 2006 06:44 PM

      See previous posts on Inner Harbor dining, but Paolo's is halfway between the two, and both the scallops and the salmon are excellent.

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        pamd Aug 4, 2006 08:21 PM

        you should go to Cross Street Market- in Federal Hill (if you walk around the harbor from Aquarium, it's kinda behind the Science Center side). Good food selection & it will probably have a good game crowd. If you don't want the market thing, there are a bunch of restaurants- better than Inner Harbor. All you'll get at the Inner Harbor is chains.

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          Denise Aug 4, 2006 08:59 PM

          You could hop on the water taxi at the aquarium and motor over to Fells Point or Canton or the Rusty Scupper:

          http://www.thewatertaxi.com/index2.html

          Maybe I am just getting old, but walking to either Lexington or Cross Street markets seems like quite a hike.

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            jes Aug 4, 2006 09:25 PM

            The Wharf Rat on Pratt right near Camden Yards. Bar but with pretty good bar food.

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